“Burglars know there’s more than one way to skin a vault.” James Chiles, American Writer
(not the Missouri Confederate Outlaw, just to clarify)
A collage of the Arrow Rock, Missouri, Friends of Arrow Rock Office ‘vault’. This building houses a display of many early Missouri firearms as well as other objects of interest of the era. This is along a row of storefront buildings with an 1800-style boardwalk. Original buildings were destroyed by fire in 1872 and 1901. We noticed but didn’t partake in the refreshments in the alcove.
So I have a couple graduates in my home this year. They both graduated last December and are 25 years apart, to the day(same birthdate). They are my husband and my eldest daughter. So to treat them both, we decided to spend an evening at a concert. Kacey Musgraves was our musician of choice.
On the way there was crochet…
And this would have went on and on – but for the lighting.
chandelier at Lidia’s Italian Kansas City
Chandelier at the Midland Theatre Kansas City
These do not lend well to my aging eye sight. But I’ll show you what was in the Constructive Playthings bag!
So now for the collages
In the bottom of that tote we find these items….
April copy of Crochet World, my needle pouch that won’t quite zip all the way, & a little stitch marker/needle case.
Unfortunately there are numerous stashed bags around my house and we don’t have enough time to empty them all for you. Yes, You are Welcome 🙂